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Wadi Rum Mushroom
Jordan

Mushroom Rock, another mandatory stop on every 4X4 jeep tour in Wadi Rum, thanks to Bedouin Guides, we have seen it too, and it was worth it. Thanks

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Uppladdad: 26/04/2012
Uppdaterad: 21/05/2012
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